Mark’s #15 – Evangellyfish by Doug Wilson

April 29, 2012 0

Best known as a reformed theologian, professor, and Christian apologist (he went on tour debating Christopher Hitchens), in Evangellyfish, Doug Wilson turns his cunning insight toward contemporary American mega-church evangelicalism with witty prose and comical satire. Evangellyfish is a story of the dysfunctional life of pastor Chad Lester in particular, […]

JRF’s #4 – A Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs

April 29, 2012 2

100 hundred years ago failed pencil sharpener salesman Edgar Rice Burroughs (creator of Tarzan) birthed the Science Fiction Adventure/Romance genre.  This book is the first of 11 in the Barsoom series (Barsoom apparently being the indigenous name for Mars). This book and this series have literally inspired generations of filmmakers […]

Ally’s #19: Mozart’s Sister by Nancy Moser

April 27, 2012 0

Last week, I was in the mood for a quick, easy read as a break from some heavier reading. This fun, historically-based novel did the trick. The author got much of her material from letters the Mozart family wrote and cataloged over roughly two decades of travel and performing. As […]

JRF’s #3 – Hitler’s Cross by Erwin Lutzer

April 25, 2012 1

Adolph Hitler’s rise to power did not happen in a vacuum.  In this thought-provoking book, pastor Erwin Lutzer traces the story of how Hitler’s Nazis came to power in the very heartland of the Protestant Reformation.  Through tracing the cultural, theological and political storylines of pre-World War II Germany Lutzer […]

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